Mount Victoria is in the westernmost township of the Blue Mountains and is the highest above sea level. Many of the village’s buildings are heritage listed, with the village retaining much of its 19th century charm. Some of these historic buildings are now refined accommodation properties, perfect for a weekend stay.
Mount Vic, as the locals call it, offers a variety of bushwalking and rock climbing opportunities, including the historic early roads down the escarpment from Mount York.
The Local History Museum is housed in 16 rooms including the old Refreshment Rooms at Mount Victoria Railway Station. There are sixteen rooms of exhibits on two floors in the heritage listed sandstone building, circa 1884. Opening hours are weekends, public and school holidays from 12 noon to 3pm.